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This module is designed to introduce the learners to the sub-field of deontology of teachers means. It also examines various definitions of deontology related concepts, importance of deontology, element of deontology, moral principles guiding deontology, features of deontological theories, code of ethics, professional ethics of teachers and education law and legislation interpretation. It takes time and experience to become a professional teacher. Teachers should have a rich store of well-organized knowledge about many specific situations of ethics. This includes knowledge about the professional teachers as an academic staff and others administrative staff working in schools, general teaching strategies, problem solving strategies etc. but all these need to be driven by a strong knowledge and understanding in the field of ‘foundations of education’.
The goals of this ‘deontology of teachers is to:
• Have theoretical, technical and practical knowledge for positive professionalism;
• Adopt positive behavior in a socio-professional workplace;
• Assess and appreciate ideal image of a professional teacher;
• Determine measures to adopt depending on a particular deontological context;
• Examine ethical and professional responsibilities and duties of teacher;
• Describe the importance of administrative deontology of teacher;
• Describe the legal implications of unprofessionalism;
• Critically evaluate education law and legislation
• Show empathy in executing teaching professionals’ roles; and
• Value the importance of teachers’ role in achieving quality education.
Historians are not traditional scientists; there are no experiments we conduct that can predict future events — we have no theories of evolution or universal gravitation to guide us. Instead, we have the historical record — this is our laboratory. Though we are often looking at events and people long past and dead, historians are often embroiled in the most heated political arguments of our day. This is especially true in a democracy, where the open discussion of history and shared values is necessary, and where this discussion constantly defines and redefines public policy and democratic practice. In other words, the practice of history is also the practice of democracy. Does this kind of learning, research and debate interest you? If so, you are in the right place.
This module deals with the basic foundation principles of organic chemistry, Classification of organic compounds, Nomenclature (IUPAC), Physical and chemical properties, Methods of preparations, and applications/uses of some organic compounds. It also deals with polymers.
e212 is course which will help entrepreneurs to communicate effectively during running their business
Course Objectives

There are objectives to be achieved in each unit of the course. You should read them before studying each unit. It is expected that by the time you have finished studying this course you should be able to:
 explain the nature of human language;
 identify the levels of linguistic description;
 systematically analyze the linguistic structure of any language;  explain the history and development of linguistics;
 describe theoretical frameworks;
 apply linguistic principles to the various levels of linguistic description in English and
other languages.


By the end of this course unit you should be able to:

  • Distinguish between test, measurement, assessment and evaluation;
  • State the purposes of assessment and evaluation in education;
  • Explain and construct a valid and reliable tests;
  • Analyse the test items
  • Moderate a test
  • Mark a test
  • Compute some measures of general tendency, variability, and relationship to interpret the tests in general and continuous assessment in particular

“What makes history the study of history is not the assemblage of facts, it is the debate over the facts, the interpretation of what we know. Much is revealed not only about the past, but also about ourselves and our modern perspective.”

The module of ICT skills II is intended to equip the student with basic aspects of different types of computers application software used in different fields, and the appropriateness of use of computers in solving daily problems:


1.      To discuss the role of the packages of Microsoft office (Word, excel and power point).

2.      To use different packages of Microsoft office (Word, excel and power point) in daily life.

3.      To Conduct online search of the basic information related to their fields of study.

The objective of this course is to equip students with ICT highly practical skills needed on the marketplace. Trainees will learn the functioning of a computer as regards application software systems commonly used in the profession and database management;  A particular attention will be put on the fact that best practice and quality issues are understood and implemented so as to help trainees improve productivity at work.

The main topics are:

Concept of a System, types of system, elements of a system

Business organization as a system

Systems approach to problem solving.

Data Vs Information,

Concept of an Information system

Hardware, Software trends and selection issues

Transaction processing systems

Office Automation system

 Decision support systems Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Business Applications